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Global People’s Health Movement calls for a new international economic, political, and social order

At a recent global gathering, hundreds of health activists committed to uniting the health movement with other progressive social movements. Their aim is to form a broad coalition for radical change to counter the crises of capitalism and imperialism

Increased violence in Ecuador could lead to a wave of refugees in the region

International Relations professor Fernando Brancoli says neighboring countries are already preparing to receive Ecuadorians

Brazilian government must develop ‘new cooperation’ with Haiti

Camille Chalmers highlighted the negative legacy of MINUSTAH for the country

La resolución de la Asamblea Mundial de la Salud sobre la salud de los pueblos indígenas es un momento histórico

Ricardo Weibe Nascimento Costa, Viceministro de Salud de los Pueblos Indígenas de Brasil, reflexiona sobre la importancia de la histórica resolución sobre la salud de los pueblos indígenas en la 76ª Asamblea Mundial de la Salud.

The World Bank and the BRICS Bank have new leaders and different outlooks

The records and priorities of the new heads of the World Bank and the New Development Bank – Ajay Banga and Dilma Rousseff – represent two different perspectives on addressing the world’s problems

BRICS new currency Towards de-dollarization: BRICS advances alternative to US-dominated financial system

A senior Russian official indicated that a new currency project might be announced at the upcoming BRICS summit in South Africa. The alliance’s other members—Brazil, China, Russia, and India—have already taken steps to bypass the US-dominated global trade and finance system

La extrema derecha brasileña: un cliché político

Las consignas que invadieron Brasilia el 8 de enero eran menos sobre Bolsonaro y más sobre el odio que se siente por Lula y su gobierno pro-pueblo

Wikileaks delegation in Latin America to rally support for Assange’s release

A delegation from Wikileaks is canvassing among progressive movements, press freedom advocates, and political leaders across Latin America to garner support for Julian Assange’s release

“We will not give up”: Brazil demands justice for Bruno Pereira and Dom Phillips

Political and societal figures denounce the federal government’s disregard for the Amazon region and demand the protection of indigenous peoples

UN Climate Panel says greenhouse emissions must be halved by 2030 and other stories

Today we look at the UN IPCC’s report on climate change mitigation, Israeli violence against Palestinians during the month of Ramadan, and more

Political crisis in Pakistan, Argentines honor coup victims and other stories

Today we look at Pakistan’s political scenario as PM Imran Khan faces a no-confidence motion, marches in Argentina to honour the victims of the coup, and more

Student leader released on bail in Swaziland, persecution of Egyptian lawyer and other stories

Today we look at the release of a student leader in Swaziland, the persecution of a human rights lawyer in Egypt, and more